- Nana Addo has argued that his being president of Ghana has not changed him
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President of the republic, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, has responded to his critics over assertions that his "vice and rude" nature has been tamed by the pressures of being president of Ghana.
Following his "all-die-be-die" political rhetoric during the 2012 presidential elections, many a political critics have argued that the president, then presidential candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) does not have the temperament to be a peaceful ruler.
But taking his turn at the very first press engagement at the State House in Accra, the president revealed that indeed the presidency has rather revealed how peaceful he has been over the past years.
"The presidency never tamed me, I am still Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo. If sticking to my values and beliefs results in me being rude and violent then I think my critics's views are displaced," the president revealed.
Nana Addo, presser brought to light the various plans and intentions that government intends embarking upon not forgetting the critical issues as access to health care, the galamsey menace and also the weakning economy.
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